There is a set of predefined table styles. However, of all the options commonly offered for styles, only 'Hide' is available; the others are greyed out, so one cannot even modify them. Consequence: if I want all of the tables of my document to have the same style (but none of the predefined styles), there is no way of using a general underlying format. Instead, I have to format each table individually.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Hit CTRL-F5.
2. In the Styles bar, click 'Table Styles'.
3. At the bottom, choose 'All styles'.
4. Right-click one of the styles listed.
All of the options are greyed out.
All of them should be available. In particular, it should be possible to modify one.
User Profile Reset: No
Tables of a document share a set of layout features, but differ in such features like how many column heading lines there are etc. Therefore, not all table properties can be defined in a style. However, some of them can, like the alignment of the table, a certain border around it, a certain background color etc. The possibility to set them in a style would relieve the user from much work.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 105933 ***